DHS Morale in the Pits … for Fifth Year!

If your immediate boss were Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, and your boss’ boss were President Barack Obama, you would probably be discouraged all day, every day. And according to the 2015 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey, you’d have a lot of company.

Jeh Johnson: DHS Has Money to Save His Job, but not to Protect American Workers

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson told a House Judiciary Committee that his department doesn’t have “enough tools” to proactively pursue employers who abuse the H-1B visa.

Prosecutorial Deception: The $21 Billion DHS Betrayal

On June 17, 2015, the House Subcommittee on National Security and the Subcommittee on Health Care, Benefits and Administrative Rules, conducted a joint oversight hearing concerning “A Review of the President’s Executive Actions on Immigration.”

Immigration Enforcement in State of Collapse

“There can be no doubt that immigration enforcement is in a state of collapse.” So said Jessica Vaughan, an analyst for the Center for Immigration Studies, in her opening remarks of testimony before the U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. During the course of her testimony, Vaughan outlined how the Obama Administration has caused that collapse. “This state of affairs,” she said, “can be traced directly to policy changes brought about by the Obama Administration.”

DHS to Border Patrol: Ignore Drunken Illegal Immigrants

Texas U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen’s ruling to delay implementation of President Obama’s executive action is the first step of what might be a long process. The case now moves to the Fifth Circuit Appeals court where weeks may pass before its opinion is issued.

DHS Sets up Toll-Free Numbers for Unhappy Illegal Immigrants

Pop quiz on immigration: Describe how the Department of Homeland Security is like Macy’s?

Answer: Both have toll-free telephone numbers for disgruntled customers to register complaints.

Exiting Senator’s Report Describes DHS Failure to Secure Borders, Enforce Immigration Laws

The January 7, 2015, terror attack on Paris underscores the fact that, where the “War on Terror” is concerned, the “All clear” has not sounded.

White House Promises Border Security, but DHS Memo Authorizes More Discretion

While President Obama is touting his immigration order as a commonsense solution to fixing the proverbial “broken immigration system,” law enforcement officers in border states are getting an altogether different message from the Department of Homeland Security.

Feds Stonewall Nebraska, Other States Seeking Central Americans’ Names, Addresses

As the Department of Health and Human Services resettle Central American illegal aliens throughout the United States, often with little if any notice, local officials’ patience has finally been exhausted. Efforts to get even the tiniest smidgen of basic information have been thwarted.

Prop 187 Back in the Headlines; Let’s Get the Facts Straight